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Reasonable Accommodations and Modifications
Persons with disabilities face numerous obstacles to securing housing, ranging from architectural barries to economics and personal history. Fair housing laws recognize these barriers and include important mandates to expand their housing choices and opportunities.
The 2008 Updated Edition of the Reasonable Accommodations and Modifications Guide addresses the issues involved in meeting these mandates. The Guide includes:
- examples illustrating what is reasonable,
- summaries of statutory requirements,
- specific suggestions on management practices, and
- a statewide list of legal, housing, and community resources.
View the Fair Housing for Tenants with Disabilities: Understanding Reasonable Accomodations and Reasonable Modifications - 2008 Updated Edition.
You can also learn more and seek help from the Fair Housing Project of Legal Aid of North Carolina.
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